Prince Harry has revealed that he still 'panics' when he bumps into his grandmother the Queen in a new documentary.
In a trailer for the new ITV series Queen of the World the Duke of Sussex is filmed chatting to young people who won places on the Royal Household Caribbean Hospitality Scholarship initiative.
Speaking to the new recruits he says: 'Have you bumped into the Queen yet? If you suddenly bump into her in the corridor, don't panic. I know you will. We all do.'
Harry, 34, appears along side several other members of the royal family in the eye-opening new documentary - including his wife the Duchess of Sussex.
Meghan, 36, appears in her first television interview as a royal where she discusses taking over Her Majesty's responsibilities in the Commonwealth.
Speaking of her responsibilities she says: '53 countries oh my goodness it will keep us busy.'
Meghan is reunited with her bridal gown and veil as they are prepared for a new exhibition at Windsor Castle starting in October.
She talks about the Commonwealth, and the symbolic importance of the floral Commonwealth emblems that were sewn in to her five-metre long silk veil.